April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Prevail, a Women's Fund grantee, shares some startling stats we hope will move you toward joining us in our commitment to reduce violence against women and girls in central Indiana.
Each month we will post a guest blog to highlight grantees and the work done with funding from Women's Fund. This month find out how Women's Fund has supported the Exodus Refugee Women's Self-Sufficiency program.
Tuti Scott is a thought leader on women's philanthropy, leadership, and social change. As today's guest blogger, and with her permission, we are sharing her thoughts and ideas about philanthropy with a gendered voice.
Women's Fund made a bold announcement regarding funding for emerging adult women, ages 18-24. As a way to introduce the new initiative called "NEXT" and to begin creating a connection, we have asked several women to answer the question: "What would I tell my 18-year-old self?" Their responses will be posted monthly. This month Dr. Emily Walvoord shares what she would tell her 18-year-old self.
Grants Officer Julie Koegel shares some startling stats and what one Women's Fund grantee is doing to end domestic violence.
In recognition of “Equal Pay Day,” the date that symbolizes how far into the new year the average woman would have to work to earn what the average man did in the previous year, we're sharing some information, facts and more.
After discussing the book "The Middle of Everywhere" and learning more about Exodus Refugee Immigration, Michele Janin shares her perspective and what she learned about refugees in central Indiana.
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